Monthly Archives: September 2016

The First Presidential Debate Between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump

I may not be the perfect person, but I do have a good eye. I have never veered from my opinion that Barack Obama would be an outstanding president, who would help to change the visionary trajectory of this world. … Continue reading

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Harmony, and even Love, Among All People on Earth, Starting with America

Thomas Jefferson, 2 and 1/2 centuries ago wrote that slavery was wrong and that God would not be merciful for America’s actions in that regard (“Notes from Virginia,” paraphrased).  Jefferson, like all of our Founding Fathers, wanted America to make … Continue reading

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On the Donald Trump Phenomenon and the Presidential Election of 2016

I posted these comments first on Jay Bookman’s blog, of the Atlanta Journal Constitution on September 16, 2016: One of the greatest cons in the history of American politics is Donald Trump himself.  The Breaking News on MSNBC is that … Continue reading

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Balancing Power and Humanity

The remarks below were posted in response to the following thread on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution educational blog, “Get Schooled”: http://getschooled.blog.myajc.com/2016/09/06/remember-south-carolina-deputy-who-slammed-student-no-charges/ MaryElizabethSings : My suggestion at the time was that the school’s officer should not have forced the student out of her … Continue reading

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In Honor of my Husband

This selection is meant to honor my second husband who worked for 42 years of his life, straight up, before he died at age 60, in 2007.  Our daughter was 25. He was a French immigrant who had served in … Continue reading

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